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Minnie Wynn
Baker McCullough Funeral Home - Garden City Chapel
2794 Highway 80 W
Garden City, GA
Minnie Lee Page Wynn - SAVANNAH - Minnie Lee Page Wynn, with her children by her side, went home to be with her Heavenly Father on November 29, 2013. Born in Washington County, Georgia to John Franklin and Georgia Hinson Page on February 1, 1921. Mrs. Wynn loved to sew, making and selling many quilts, dolls, clowns and rabbits. She was a Charter member of Silk Hope Baptist Church. She was employed at Star Laundry for many years and retired from S & H Green Stamp Redemption Store. She always enjoyed having peanuts in her home to give to her grandchildren when they came to visit and she became affectionately known to them as Peanut Granny. Mrs. Wynn is preceded in death by her loving husband of 60 years Joseph Chester Wynn, her son; Wendell Lydell Wynn (Midge), granddaughters: Alicia Renee Wynn Driggers and her husband Jody Driggers, Charlene Marie Joyner , Pamela Renee Joyner, a Great Grandaughter, Faith Terese Bell and a loving daughter-in-law Patsy Crosby Wynn. Survivors include her children, Joseph Faye (Norman) Rambo of Savannah; Rodney Chester (Marie) Wynn of Fleming, GA; Lloye Ashley (Mary) Wynn of Pooler; Charlotte Wynn (Frank) Joyner of Midway, GA; and daughter-in-law Midge Wynn; Sister, Wynell Ward and sister-in-law, Ann Page both of Savannah. Grandchildren, Kenneth Ray (Susan) Rambo, of Cumming, GA; Raymond Anthony (Bet) Wynn of Uganda, South Africa; Russell Allen (Elaine) Rambo of Savannah; James Stephen (Susan) Wynn of Fleming, GA; Rachel Darlene (Steve) Edwards of Springfield, GA; James Melvin (Kyndell) Joyner of Midway, GA; Joseph Martin (Tina) Wynn of Savannah; Christy Delaine (Donnie) Mathis of Rincon, GA; Douglas Clinton (Kim) Wynn of Fleming, GA; Samone Terese Joyner (Matt) Norsworthy of Midway, GA; Daniel Ryan (Carol) Wynn of Metter, GA; Dennis Bryan (Sandi) Wynn of Milton, GA; Timothy Kirk (Lynn) Miller of Pooler, GA; April Michell Hendrix (Betsy) of Pooler, GA; Thirty-two Great Grandchildren, Twenty-two Great great Grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Grandsons will serve as Pallbearers; Grandchildren will serve as Honorary Pallbearers. Mrs. Wynn's family appreciates all the loving care given to her and her family by the staff of the Bryan County Health & Rehabilitation during her stay there. The family will receive friends from 1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. Monday, December 2, 2013 at Silk Hope Baptist Church with the funeral service beginning at 2:30 p.m. with Pastor Jonathan Phillips officiating. Burial will follow at Greenwich Cemetery. Savannah Morning News November 30, 2013 Please sign our Obituary Guest Book at

Published by Savannah Morning News on Dec. 1, 2013.
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Granny Wynn's Family

I'm sorry for your loss. Granny Wynn was a great lady and it was a privilege to know her. She will be missed. She left a great legacy for all of you to be proud of.
Cheryl Morene
December 2, 2013
Christy and family,
We are so sorry to hear about your grandmother. You will be in our thoughts and prayers.
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December 2, 2013
So sorry about your lose.
Katherine C. Ward
December 1, 2013
Ms. Minnie, I love you and will miss all of your stories. I loved to see you sitting in church on Sunday morning. I will miss seeing you sitting with Fay and the rest of your family.
Fay I know you will miss Ms. Minnie, but just think of all the times you had together. Laugh at the fun times, cry with the sad, and just know she will always be in your heart!!

Love in Christ,

Kathy Peterson
Kathy Peterson
December 1, 2013
To all of the Wynn family, you are in my thoughts and prayers. I love each one of you and have a special place in my heart for the Wynn family. Silk Hope has lost a very loving woman, who was always so kind and gentle. I grew up in Silk Hope when the road was dirt and not many people lived there.
Sue Wilson Smith
December 1, 2013
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